This KS2 Science quiz is all about food webs. Food webs, also called food chains, show us how energy is transferred from one organism to another by eating, or consuming.
Food webs are cycles of what eats what. All living things, plants and animals, need energy in order to survive. Plants (like grass for example) create energy from sunlight by photosynthesis. This is then transferred to herbivores (like rabbits) which eat the plants. Predators (such as foxes) then eat the herbivores and the energy is transferred once more. These transfers of energy are what we call food chains.
What type of food do different organisms need and where do they find it? What type of food supports all life on Earth? What are the differences between producers and consumers. Test your knowledge of food chains and food webs with this quiz.
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